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bloated

[bloh-tid]
adjective
1.
swollen; puffed up; overlarge.
2.
excessively vain; conceited.
3.
excessively fat; obese.

Origin:
1655–65; bloat + -ed2

bloatedness, noun
unbloated, adjective
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bloated (ˈbləʊtɪd)
 
adj
1.  swollen, as with a liquid, air, or wind
2.  puffed up, as with conceit

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bloated
"overgrown," 1660s, pp. adj. from bloat (q.v.). Figurative sense is from 1711.
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bloat (blōt)
n.
Abdominal distention due to swallowed air or intestinal gas production.


bloat'ed (blō'tĭd) adj.
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